Today on Your Call: Are strikes effective in today's labor climate?
On today's Your Call, we'll take a look at how unions are organizing strikes today. UCSF patient care workers just ended their strike yesterday, the concession union workers at The Giants' AT&T park recently voted to authorize a strike, and musicians with the San Francisco Symphony came out of negotiations after their own strike back in March. So what strategies are helping workers? And how effective are strikes in a time when unions are under attack? Join us at 10 or email email@example.com. Have you been involved in a successful strike? It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and You.
John Logan, director of Labor and Employment Studies at San Francisco State University, and a visiting fellow at the University of California-Berkeley labor center
David Gaudry, violist with the San Francisco Symphony who represented musicians in the recent strike
Kathryn Lybarger, president of AFSCME Local 3299 which led the recent UCSF patient care worker strike
Anthony Wendleberger, cook at the Giants’ AT&T Ballpark
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UCSF: State Labor Board Seeks Injunction Regarding Union Strikes at UC Medical Centers
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